Pamela W. Goldberg, BA is CEO of the Massachusetts Technology Collaborative, a public economic development engine charged with catalyzing technology innovation throughout the Commonwealth. An experienced leader, Goldberg has an extensive background in entrepreneurship, innovation and finance, and is the first woman to lead the agency in its nearly 30 year history. Goldberg works closely with the Patrick-Murray administration to support critical economic development initiatives that unlock private investment and create jobs for Massachusetts residents. The Massachusetts Technology Collaborative is currently advancing technology-based solutions that improve the health care system, expand high-speed Internet access and strengthen the growth and development of the state’s technology sector. Passionate about innovation and entrepreneurship, Goldberg most recently served as the Director of The Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership at Tufts University, a program she launched to drive innovation for the university. Through Goldberg’s leadership, the program expanded from 40 to over 500 students per year, and supported the start of over 50 businesses in Massachusetts. As Director, Goldberg received the National Teaching Award for Entrepreneurship and established the school’s nationally recognized business plan competition. Students in the program have won MassChallenge, a $1M global startup competition and were recognized in Business Week’s Top 25 Entrepreneurs Under 25. Prior to her work at Tufts, Goldberg served as Babson College’s Director of Business Relations where her management responsibilities included contract negotiations, financial management and operations of businesses with multi-million dollar leases and critical tenant relationships. She was involved in the creation of Olin College, the building of a new Executive Education Center at Babson, and helped to enhance community relations between the college and its neighbors. Goldberg worked on the launch of three start-up ventures: a music production company, a women’s history organization and a hospice. At the start of her career, she helped launch the investment banking division of State Street Bank whose mission was to provide private placements, merger and acquisition services and bond financings for middle market companies. Goldberg received her BA from Tufts University and MBA from Stanford University. She resides in Wellesley.
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October 30, 2014: Technology Speaks at the Connected Health Symposium
Oct 30, 2014: Engagement is King: Will Data Sharing Concerns Prevent Healthcare Progress?
Oct 29, 2014: UA Employees Honored for Their Work
Oct 29, 2014: Doctors are pushing Google Glass to its engineering limits
Oct 29, 2014: 5 Things We Discovered at Last Week’s Connected Health Symposium
Oct 28, 2014: Connected Health takes the stage at Partners symposium
EMR & EHR
Oct 28, 2014: Five new technologies from the 2014 Connected Health Symposium
Boomer Health Tech Watch
Oct. 29, 2014: Connected Health Takes the Stage at Partners Symposium
Oct 28, 2014: Population Health and Wearables out of a Sci-Fi Film
HealthIT and mHealth
Oct 27, 2014: Pharma-mHealth project looks to move 'beyond the pill'
Oct 24, 2014: Providers and vendors react to Karen DeSalvo's resignation
Oct 24, 2014: Connected Health companies highlight potential solutions, and what needs to be done to fill
Oct 24, 2014: Can doctors make consumers want better health?
Oct 24, 2014: Telehealth adopters could learn some lessons from VA on how to reach patients
Oct 24, 2014: Relaunched health IT company offers MDs chronic condition patient data between visits
Oct 24, 2014: What will it take to spur regular use of wearables? (Hint, better integration)
Oct 23, 2014: What’s holding telemedicine adoption back?
Oct 23, 2014: Viewing patient engagement through the lens of pathology
Oct 23, 2014: Connected Health Symposium focused on mHealth gear
Pathable - Learn. Network. Connect.
If you are attending the Symposium in October, please join our online community on Pathable! Set up your profile and network with Speakers and other attendees!
Damaged Care: The Musical Comedy About Health Care in America, written and performed by Greg LaGana, M.D., and Barry Levy, M.D., highlights issues of concern to healthcare workers, patients, and others.
Greg LaGana, Brad Ross, and Barry Levy, who will be performing Damaged Care: The Musical Comedy About Health Care in America at the Symposium
SENSOREE crafts wearable technology and interactive installations promoting 'extimacy' or externalized intimacy.
Photo by Gayle Laird
Hooked: A Workshop on Building Habit-Forming Products
In an age of ever-increasing distractions, quickly creating customer habits is an important characteristic of successful products.
Join Nir Eyal, author of "Hooked" and Symposium keynoter in this special workshop, Wednesday, October 22, 6-9pm.